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  1-3 of 3 Reviews about "Miscellaneous (B.4.m)": Date Reviewed
  Computers in the human interaction loop
Waibel A., Stiefelhagen R.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2009. 374 pp. Type: Book (9781848820531)

Can computers really adapt in helpful and seamless ways to support human activity? This collection of papers questions whether humans need to modify their behavior to fit computers, or if we can create a computer or set of computer services that a...

Jan 27 2010
  Force and touch feedback for virtual reality
Burdea G.,  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY, 1996.Type: Book (9780471021414)

The problem of providing touch and force feedback (both referred to as “haptic feedback”) in virtual reality systems is explored in this book. The author notes that haptic feedback is generally necessary for a robust virtual reality se...

Mar 1 1997
  Polling efficiently on stock hardware
Feeley M.  Functional programming languages and computer architecture (, Copenhagen, Denmark,  Jun 9-11, 1993) 1871993. Type: Proceedings

Balanced polling is a method for efficiently handling interrupts on stock hardware. In this paper, an interrupt is an exceptional event for which some appropriate processing is performed. The advantages of this method, compared with handling inter...

Dec 1 1994
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